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|What a strange thing man is; and what a stranger thing woman. - Byron, Lord A |
woman who gives any advantage to a man may expect a lover -- but will sooner
or later find a tyrant. - Byron, Lord There is something to me very softening in the
|Martin Leicht, Isla Neal. What a strange thing is man? and what a stranger Is |
woman! —Lord Byron, “Don Juan,” canto 9 Chapter One In Which our Heroine Is
Licked bya Bear.
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|And as for effectiveness, you have felt unwell since she placed this — this thing in |
your room." "It is the hairstyle, ... Surely she didn't believe in this voodoo cult so
favored by their African slaves and the free men and women of color in New
Orleans? "I knew a ... There are strange things that have happened. I could tell
|Dan 5: 19. and languages, trembled and feared (lit. were trembling) 6: 26(27). |
men tremble and fear before the God iTjm zvah-gah', f. ... Lest strangers be filled
with thy 17.be only thine own, and not strangers' 20. be ravished with a strange
woman, 6 : 1 . hast stricken thy hand with ... 12. they were counted as a strange
George Vicesimus Wigram - 1860
|P'AL.— Participle. * Dan 5: 19. and ]anguase9, trembled and feared (lit. were |
trembling) 6:26(27). men frenuUe and fear before the God ... Ye shall offer no
strange incense 33. whosoever putteth (any) of it upon a stranger, ; 1 . offered
strange fire before the Lord, : 10. There shall no ... thy hand with a stranger, 5.
keep thee from the strange woman 15. He that 13 ... 12. they were counted as a
|On Women I am a man. How can I say anything about woman? Lord Byron says: |
"What a strange thing is man! And what a stranger is woman!" From my own
experience he is right. Though I know many women friends as well as the female
|Of a foreigner thou mayest exact : 16. thou mayest not set a stranger (lit. a strange |
man ) over thee, 20(21 ). ... 19. thou (art) a stranger, 41. concerning a stranger, 43
. all that the stranger calleth to thee 1 - king Solomon loved many strange women,
8. all his strange wives, 32. ... -K. 20: 13. the house of his precious things, (marg.
or, spicery ) 1*39: 2. the house of his precious things, (marg. or, spicery) rb) ...
|There shall no stranger eat 1 2. daughter also be (married ) unto a stranger, (|
marg. a man a stranger) 13. but there shall no stranger Nu. ... 2: 16 ".o deliver
thee from the strange woman, 5: 3. For the ... 12. they were counted as a strange
|"Poor guy," Serena said. They drove down the ... "There was a guy in Auckland |
who had been to Milford Sound," Serena said. "He told me it was like standing at
the edge of the world. It's funny, I'd met him before, in Tokyo, I think. ... You end up
saying things to each other like, 'Do I know you? ... In the end, he had to ask a
little girl wearing a red parka and striped black-and-white stockings for directions.